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"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:19 min | 7 months ago

"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"On ABC thirteen meteorologist I resemble CEO at eight oh Ford is fifty nine degrees in Phoenix our neighbors at his response to the corona virus pandemic AS you was received a two million dollar emergency grant to make nose and throat test kits AS you Josh Robert has these suggestions for limiting the spread test people identify the carriers and make sure that they are not coming in contact with anybody else while they're still producing virus in conjunction of course with the social distancing that we're all doing the money from the Virginia G. Piper charitable trust will also be used to research whether plant proteins as well as approaches used in smallpox vaccines can be used to develop a coronavirus vaccine researchers are also working to develop a blood test this is Jim Ryan Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer sums it up for many of us this is a challenge unlike anything we've ever faced before a new ABC news Ipsos poll reveals that nine in ten Americans have had their daily lives disrupted by covert nineteen and that fewer than half think they'll return to their regular routines by June first eighty nine percent of us now worry that we or someone we know will be infected with the virus up from seventy nine percent last month ABC's Jim Ryan Katie a our eyes on the economy people are still buying houses realtors are finding creative ways to interact with clients you're going to see a lot more virtual home tours Mary Roberts with the Arizona realtors association says this allows sellers to limit the number of people who come into their homes but for those who still want to let people in to see their houses she recommends have that home readily available meeting have all the lights on have doors open have everything open so that the buyers when they can come in don't have to touch anything and her advice for realtors before they show a house to a client you have the right to ask have you been sick recently and have you traveled abroad asset to everybody just to protect yourself Griselda city no KTAR news we're now learning about services for the Phoenix police commander shot and killed on the job earlier this week a funeral mass for commander Greg Carmichael is planned for Tuesday at ten AM at St Jerome's Catholic Church not only the immediate family will be present because of the car rona virus pandemic the police department does plan to live stream the memorial on Facebook and I'm sure if you stands six feet apart you will still be able to line the streets with their flags in your salutes.

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"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:40 min | 7 months ago

"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"O. A. news time seven o'clock is Colorado's morning news of April and Marty five thirty one PM point whether we're currently at nineteen degrees on our way to a high in the mid forties this weekend though think sixties right now I'm Colorado's morning news the economy taking a huge hit from corona virus new jobs numbers are out this morning for the month of March Kaylee newsreaders Pat water breaking down what he sees well the numbers were not expected to be good but they were actually worse than projected hiring fell in March by more than seven hundred thousand and unemployment rose from three and a half to four point four percent this is the first month that almost ten years that we've seen a drop in hiring and it doesn't even reflect the full months impact from corona virus business shutdowns will likely see that in the jobs report for April that watered gateway newsradio yeah really only covers those first two weeks in March and we know what we've seen in the last two weeks it's been ugly with ten million people filing for first time unemployment claims federal recommendations for face masks are coming soon that's what the president is talking about I don't think they'll be mandatory because some people don't want to do that but if people wanted as an example in the mass of people wanted to wear them they can task force member Dr Deborah Burke's warns Americans not to get a false sense of security if they wear a mask right now there are nearly a quarter million cases of corona virus in the U. S. over six thousand deaths there over a million cases worldwide Americans could see coronavirus relief payments from the government starting in about two weeks as the government starts cutting checks the IRS worries about scams criminals take every opportunity to perpetrating fraud on unsuspecting victims especially a group of people that are vulnerable or in a state of need and since player in the state of need due to corona virus John to four with the IRS criminal investigation said there are ample targets scammers will try to get them to sign over their check or impersonate the IRS to steal personal information if you get such a call hang up it's not how the IRS operates and Qatar ski A. B. C. news New York three hundred fifty billion dollars an SBA loan starts happening today we'll have more in money news with Pat ahead the number of coronavirus deaths in Colorado in years a hundred ninety seven people have died from corona virus in Colorado well the thirty seven hundred have tested positive at a close to twenty thousand people who've been tested seven hundred and ten people have had to be hospitalized and outbreaks have been reported in twenty one senior and non hospital care centers the virus has now spread to fifty one of Colorado's sixty four counties jury bell killing news radio while the numbers grow health officials fear they may not be accurate incident commander Scott Bookman says in reality that figure a lot higher we are following the trend lines or whatever and everything is proportional directional and that tells us where spread it's going even though we all understand that there are probably four to ten times more people in our community who have committed nineteen that it tested positive for health officials say the lack of testing is to blame for the lower numbers while some are hanging on to hope of kids getting back in the classrooms in Colorado this school year to districts are already calling it the put or school district in fort Collins will carry out the year online superintendent Dr Sandra Spicer making the call we will be finishing this school year like we are now and I know that for a lot of people that's very disappointing and that I'm sorry about that the Thompson school district has also canceled all in person classes for the rest of the school year governor Poloz recently extended out the school closures through the end of April yet another business being shut down in the metro area as owners battle over the meaning of essential K. O. A. news radios Chuck Clark joins us live with the story April appliance factory said they want to know why governor Poloz doesn't want people to buy appliances during the crisis they are appealing the order for them to close yesterday Denver city workers arrived at theirs soon I location to change the door shut after being so I did last week appliance factory declared itself essential but the Attorney General disagreed they are among a group of four to get a season to see still a cease and desist letter from the state the others being hobby lobby a comfort dental and the remax agent I'm Chuck Clark K. O. A. news radio thank you check new numbers are out on optimism when it comes to the corona virus in the United States this is Jim Ryan Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer sums it up for many of us this is a challenge unlike anything we've ever faced before I knew A. B. C. news Ipsos poll reveals that nine in ten Americans have had their daily lives disrupted by covert nineteen and that fewer than half think they'll return to their regular routines by June first eighty nine percent of us now worry that we or someone we know will be infected with the virus up from seventy nine percent last month that same poll shows the approval rating for president trump's handling of the epidemic is now underwater forty seven percent approve of what he's doing well fifty two percent disapprove a church in Jonesborough Arkansas tends to defy federal and state guidelines and hold services this weekend Arkansas does not require places of worship to follow the guidelines that urge no gatherings larger than ten people Broncos season ticket holders are being advised of a plan in case any of next season's games have to be canceled now if that happens they'll be given a refund or account credit and includes any games where fans aren't allowed to attend the team says despite the planet fully anticipates playing a full schedule for the upcoming season and speaking of sports Hey we're all wearing our purple today on what would have been the Rockies home opener you look it over there Jennifer Fallon yeah you brought me the shirt because I forgot I was out and she knew that was out of my guess men's closets see I know before you even need it that you're gonna need something instead there's an effort underway it's called hash tag stay at home opener it's also a benefit for the food banks in Colorado and Wyoming here's Rockies shortstop Trevor story guys I think if we can we need to help the people of the rocky mountain region he's got a Rockies dot com slash V. the Rockies and help in any way possible god will be praying for you thank you so much and god bless here's how you participate and they should be fine I mean we've been without sports for so long starting at two o'clock today tune into Rockies dot com or go to AT and T. sportsnet to enjoy a virtual game so you'll get some of the best home opener innings from franchise history virtual pregame ceremonies in between getting updates and features a virtual seventh inning stretch and a whole lot more can I call the vendor for peanuts in the come to my house on the corner every great sadness that the food crowd we'd be out the grass isn't that so yeah all of the grass or smell of the snow yeah exactly I'll avoid I'd much rather be out there trying to navigate the interview unnecessary saying our buns off we're wearing our purple.

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"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:13 min | 7 months ago

"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In the town then through the cut of the hill watch out for a broken down near twelfth street north bound for somebody one is under fire from two seventy five to the bridge chucking were news radio seven hundred WLW welcomed his forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center during this challenging time advanced dentistry would like to say thank you to all the health care workers and folks on the front lines out there you are appreciated out there again today we're starting your forty and a warm to sixty seven this afternoon we'll see a little bit more sun this afternoon tonight fair skies down to the mid forties and tomorrow sixty six for a high partly cloudy with some isolated showers and mainly after four o'clock from your severe weather station I'm not first warning meteorologist Jennifer catchmark news radio seven hundred WLW forty seven degrees right now it's hard to find anybody in America whose lives have not been impacted in some way by the corona virus out this is Jim Ryan Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer sums it up for many of us this is a challenge unlike anything we've ever faced before a new ABC news Ipsos poll reveals that nine in ten Americans have had their daily lives disrupted by covert nineteen and that fewer than half think they'll return to their regular routines by June first eighty nine percent of us now worry that we or someone we know will be infected with the virus up from seventy nine percent last month same poll finds a majority of Americans now disapprove of how president trump's handling the crisis unemployment rate soared to four point four percent in March up almost a point from February when it was the lowest in fifty years we'll see how Wall Street reacts when the markets opened at nine thirty today is the day small business owners can apply for loans to help me get through this time when most of America shut down government money is being distributed to your local bank or savings loan our under this bill to the banks and credit unions to make these loans directly so they will be they should contact their local bank if they want to get one of these ones since congressman Steve Chabot loans will be forgiven as long as a business uses the money to maintain payroll for the next eight weeks local hotels now offering discounted rates the police officers and health care workers afraid to go home after their shifts are over because they might infect their family members number of Cincinnati police officers are now staying at the Hilton.

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"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:36 min | 7 months ago

"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Other news federal recommendations for face masks are coming soon that's what the president told reporters at a White House coronavirus briefing I don't think they'll be mandatory because some people don't want to do that but if people wanted as an example in the mass of people wanted to wear them they can he mentioned healthy people are allowed to wear the masks and even brought up scarves as an idea but task force member Dr Deborah Burke's warned Americans not to get a false sense of security if they wear a mask right now there are nearly a quarter million cases in the U. S. with over six thousand deaths Americans could see coronavirus relief payments from the government starting in two weeks as the government starts cutting checks the IRS worries about scams criminals take every opportunity to perpetrate a fraud on unsuspecting victims especially a group of people that are vulnerable or in a state of need and since player in the state of need due to corona virus John to four with the IRS criminal investigation said there are ample targets scammers will try to get them to sign over their check or impersonate the IRS to steal personal information if you get such a call hang up it's not how the IRS operates Aron Kader ski A. B. C. news New York meantime three hundred fifty billion dollars an SBA loan start happening today we'll have more money news with Pat about ten minutes the number of coronavirus deaths in Colorado near one hundred ninety seven people have died from corona virus in Colorado or the thirty seven how under to have tested positive at a close to twenty thousand people who've been tested seven hundred and ten people have had to be hospitalized and outbreaks have been reported in twenty one senior and non hospital care centers the virus has now spread to fifty one of Colorado's sixty four counties jury bell K. O. A. news radio now all the numbers grow health officials fear they may not be accurate incident commander Scott Bookman says in reality that figure is a lot higher we are following the trend lines however and everything is proportional directional and that tells us where spread it's going even though we all understand that there are probably four to ten times more people in our community who have got the nineteen that tested positive for health officials say the lack of testing is to blame for the lower numbers well with that lack of testing comes a shift in the focus on first responders as Colorado mourns the first public Kobe nineteen related death of a law enforcement officer Denver will soon start testing its police and fire crews sadly the el Paso county sheriff announced that deputy Jack Hopkins died from this awful virus leaving questions as to if Hopkins death will be considered line of duty meantime Denver public safety bought two thousand seven hundred fifty rapid testing kits for police deputies and firefighters that testing starts on Monday the tests were created locally by a two bioscience and angle would the tests not yet FDA approved on fox thirty ones Lisa d'souza for Keighley news radio while some are hanging on to hope of the kiddos getting back in the classrooms in Colorado this school year one school district is making a change the poor valley school district in fort Collins will carry out the year online superintendent Dr Sanders my server made the call yesterday we will be finishing this school year like we are now and I know that for a lot of people that's very disappointing and that I'm sorry about that the governor this week extended out to school closures through the end of April new numbers are routes on optimism when it comes to the corona virus in America this is Jim Ryan Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer sums it up for many of us this is a challenge unlike anything we've ever faced before a new A. B. C. news Ipsos poll reveals that nine in ten Americans have had their daily lives disrupted by covert nineteen and that fewer than half think they'll return to their regular routines by June first eighty nine percent of us now worry that we or someone we know will be infected with the virus up from seventy nine percent last month that same poll shows the approval rating for president trump's handling of the epidemic is now underwater forty seven percent disapprove of what he's doing well fifty two percent disapprove or approve awaken church in Jonesborough Arkansas tends to defy federal and state guidelines and hold services this week Arkansas does not require places of worship to follow the guidelines that urge no gatherings larger than ten people Bronco season ticket holders are being advised of a plan in case any of next season's games have to be canceled if that happens they'll be given a refund or account credit that includes any games where fans aren't allowed to attend the team says despite the planet fully anticipates playing a full schedule for the upcoming season and finally bank of Colorado is encouraging Rockies fans to do some singing on.

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"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on KOMO

"The corona virus pandemic has upended daily life in the United States and around the world a new poll finds most Americans think normal is at least a few months away details from ABC's Jim Ryan Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer sums it up for many of us this is a challenge unlike anything we've ever faced before a new ABC news Ipsos poll reveals that nine in ten Americans have had their daily lives disrupted by covert nineteen and that fewer than half think they'll return to their regular routines by June first eighty nine percent of us now worry that we or someone we know will be infected with the virus up from seventy nine percent last

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00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Fewer than half of Americans believe their daily routine will return to normal by June

"The corona virus pandemic has upended daily life in the United States and around the world a new poll finds most Americans think normal is at least a few months away details from ABC's Jim Ryan Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer sums it up for many of us this is a challenge unlike anything we've ever faced before a new ABC news Ipsos poll reveals that nine in ten Americans have had their daily lives disrupted by covert nineteen and that fewer than half think they'll return to their regular routines by June first eighty nine percent of us now worry that we or someone we know will be infected with the virus up from seventy nine percent last

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"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:01 min | 7 months ago

"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And can't be can't get from Pollock pines from ABC news I'm Brian Clark the corona virus pandemic has upended daily life in the United States and around the world a new poll finds most Americans think normal is at least a few months away details from ABC's Jim Ryan Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer sums it up for many of us this is a challenge unlike anything we've ever faced before a new ABC news Ipsos poll reveals that nine in ten Americans have had their daily lives disrupted by covert nineteen and that fewer than half think they'll return to their regular routines by June first eighty nine percent of us now worry that we or someone we know will be infected with the virus up from seventy nine percent last month for millions like Emily Tucker of San Antonio Texas the disruption has included job loss I just got an apartment started a new job and I was laid off because my business is not essential later this morning the March jobs report to be released expected to show a massive jump in unemployment claims ABC's chief business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis is small businesses are likely to be hit hardest the thing to remember when we look at these numbers is that they should and are temporary and then on the other side there are plenty of big companies that will bring employees back but of course there are the small businesses that are having to white knuckle at and it is hard to imagine that unfortunately all of those businesses are going to make it to the other side beginning today small businesses can apply for loans the government will forgive the White House president trump said GM and other companies are ramping up production of much needed ventilators for covert nineteen patients involved the defense production act to compel GM to do so he also used to get three M. to make more face masks we anticipate issuing more orders under the defense production act in the very near future in addition to the one that I just signed against three M. for face masks you're listening to it and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK the coronavirus crisis in California is hitting a grim milestone cases top ten thousand today with nearly sixty thousand test results still pending health officials warn it could get much worse if people don't follow the state home orders which could last well into may over two hundred patients have died so far including a riverside county sheriff's deputy governor Gavin Newsom is taking more action in the coronavirus flight he just signed an executive order to use money from California's disaster response account and from the budget reserve it will immediately be sent to hospitals already overrun and preparing for a surge the state is expected to be reimbursed by the government for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information I need a logo has the KFBK traffic.

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"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:32 min | 7 months ago

"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"News I'm Brian Clark the corona virus pandemic has upended daily life in the United States and around the world a new poll finds most Americans think normal is at least a few months away details from ABC's Jim Ryan Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer sums it up for many of us this is a challenge unlike anything we've ever faced before a new ABC news Ipsos poll reveals that nine in ten Americans have had their daily lives disrupted by covert nineteen and that fewer than half think they'll return to their regular routines by June first eighty nine percent of us now worry that we or someone we know will be infected with the virus up from seventy nine percent last month for millions like Emily Tucker of San Antonio Texas the disruption has included job loss I just got an apartment started a new job and I was laid off because my business is not essential later this morning the March jobs report to be released expected to show a massive jump in unemployment claims ABC's chief business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis says small businesses are likely to be hit hardest the thing to remember when we look at these numbers is that they should and are temporary and then on the other side there are plenty of big companies that will bring employees back but of course there are the small businesses that are having to white knuckle at and it is hard to imagine that unfortunately all of those businesses are going to make it to the other side beginning today small businesses can apply for loans the government will forgive the White House president trump said GM and other companies are ramping up production of much needed ventilators for covert nineteen patients invoke the defense production act to compel GM to do so he also used to get three M. to make more face masks we anticipate issuing more orders under the defense production act in the very near future in addition to the one that I just signed against three M. for face masks you're listening to ABC balance of nature changing the world one life anytime I do high school ball I am higher softball and baseball so I'm very busy very active and the main thing I've noticed since I started balance of nature is when I do these baseball softball tournament I don't deal with cramps anymore which is really been a big deal because I used to be basically after two days of the tournament I would be bound up with cramping a good bit of the next day and now I don't deal with that at all so that's a real good thing don't wait to see what getting over ten servings.

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"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:56 min | 7 months ago

"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on KOMO

"Clark the corona virus pandemic has upended daily life in the United States and around the world a new poll finds most Americans think normal is at least a few months away details from ABC's Jim Ryan Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer sums it up for many of us this is a challenge unlike anything we've ever faced before a new ABC news Ipsos poll reveals that nine in ten Americans have had their daily lives disrupted by covert nineteen and that fewer than half think they'll return to their regular routines by June first eighty nine percent of us now worry that we or someone we know will be infected with the virus up from seventy nine percent last month for millions like Emily Tucker of San Antonio Texas the disruption has included job loss I just got an apartment started a new job and I was laid off because my business is not essential later this morning the March jobs report to be released expected to show a massive jump in unemployment claims ABC's chief business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis says small businesses are likely to be hit hardest the thing to remember when we look at these numbers is that they should and are temporary and then on the other side there are plenty of big companies that will bring employees back but of course there are the small businesses that are having to white knuckle it and it is hard to imagine that unfortunately all of those businesses are going to make it to the other side beginning today small businesses can apply for loans the government will forgive the White House president trump said GM and other companies are ramping up production of much needed ventilators for covert nineteen patients involved the defense production act compelled GM to do so he also used to get three M. to make more face masks we anticipate issuing more orders under the defense production act in the very near future in addition to the one that I just signed against three M. for face masks you're listening to ABC komo news good morning art Sanders and now your top stories from the call twenty four seven news center the state stay at home orders will be in place at least another month governor Jay Inslee announced yesterday that he's extending the orders restricting travel and keeping many businesses closed until may fourth we're not out of the woods yet and we shall never flag or fail in our commitments to win this battle we will not accept unnecessary deaths in our state nearly as businesses could open a travel restrictions be lifted his may fifth Ansley warrants he could further extend the closures of the corona virus outbreak gets worse he doesn't rule out calling a special session of the state legislature to address what he believes will be a big budget shortfalls the total number of coronavirus cases in Washington state now tops six thousand according to the state department of health about sixty six hundred total cases have been reported a county by county count shows at least two hundred and seventy one deaths across the state one hundred and seventy five of those deaths are reported in king county now you're como traffic.

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"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"jim ryan michigan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Our community there's a broken down truck on southbound seventy one three and five for police are in behind north bound seventy one Wesleyan fifteen minutes out of downtown to two seventy five above blue ash chucking removes radio seven hundred WLW this report is sponsored by H. and R. block has a lot going on right now and more than ever people need their tax refund that's why H. and R. block is open with many ways to do your taxes as safely as possible you can drop off work with a tax pro remotely or file online black is always here to help the latest forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center during this challenging time advanced dentistry would like to say thank you to all the health care workers and folks on the front lines out there you are appreciated China today a high of sixty seven fair skies tonight low forty five sunshine tomorrow with a high in the sixties and there's a slight chance for rain on Sunday is forty four degrees right now this news is a service of Mexico plumbing and but Herbert motors hard to find anyone in America whose lives have not been impacted by the corona virus outbreak this is Jim Ryan Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer sums it up for many of us this is a challenge unlike anything we've ever faced before a new ABC news Ipsos poll reveals that nine in ten Americans have had their daily lives disrupted by covert nineteen and that fewer than half think they'll return to their regular routines by June first eighty nine percent of us now worry that we or someone we know will be infected with the virus up from seventy nine percent last month that same poll finds a majority of Americans now disapprove of how president trump's handling the crisis new numbers come from the labor department today on the toll covert nineteen is taken on the economy jobless report for March.

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